Criminal Defense

In North Carolina, it is a felony offense to make, distribute, or possess child pornography. This is referred to as sexual exploitation of a minor in North Carolina. Even if you believed that the individual featured was of age, that would not prevent you from being charged with a felony…

Facing criminal charges of any kind can be scary and confusing. You might be concerned about your freedom, your job, your reputation, and more. It’s important to note that not all criminal charges are the same, and they can vary significantly depending on the nature and severity of the charge….

Many people accused of domestic violence crimes believe that if their accuser just says they want the case dismissed, it will be. That’s not how it works. The police may not need the help of the accuser. They may be able to prove the case without them. They may be…

Child abuse cases can be very, very complicated and very high stakes. A lot of times, CPS gets involved, Child Protective Services. They’ll investigate and, though, in most cases, we might suggest that you not make a statement to law enforcement, if you don’t make a statement to CPS, you…

Date rape is a serious crime in North Carolina. Being found guilty of date rape or other sex crimes carries significant penalties, from a lengthy prison sentence to fines and having to register as a sex offender.  If you’re accused of date rape, you need to seek assistance from a…

White collar crime generally refers to crime that’s committed with a pen, as opposed to a gun or a knife, and it almost always involves stealing money, usually from a business. These kinds of crimes are generally well documented because people keep records when it comes to their money. So,…

Obstruction of justice involves willfully interfering with law and order. It carries hefty penalties. This is why it’s crucial that you hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer to mount a strong defense against the charges you’re facing. Common Law Definition of Obstruction of Justice Obstruction of justice refers to the…

Listen, most people who get convicted of sex crimes get convicted because they said something stupid to law enforcement. A lot of people think, “If I can just explain what happened, the police will see that I didn’t do anything wrong, and they’ll leave me alone.” I cannot stress enough…